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Daniel SIMON 06-16-2015 01:34 PM

Horizon unlevel - Opinion needed
 
Hi team,

Is this picture really leaning to the right ? Looking at the trees in the back and at the car, I do not think so. The line is climbing. This may give the impression that the train is leaning to the right.

Many thanks in advance for your thoughts and comments.
Daniel

http://www.railpictures.net/viewreje...28&key=3500069

ShortlinesUSA 06-16-2015 03:53 PM

What length lense were you using? Looks like some short focal length distortion to me, which is unavoidable. Locomotive headed upgrade and leaning into a curve, yet the following automobile appears to "lean" toward the locomotive. Everything appearing to converge toward the middle. I don't personally see a leveling issue.

JRMDC 06-16-2015 11:56 PM

It appears the dominant pattern in the foliage lower right is that it tilts clockwise. It appears that the brown weeks on the left in front of the plow also tilt clockwise. The weed just above the rock on the middle-left bottom tilt clockwise. I don't think I know the right way to level, but I'd work it some more.

Mgoldman 06-17-2015 12:23 AM

I'll bet this screener could screen for Deuterium in a glass of water....

I'd appeal - or simply resubmit after incremental adjustments starting at CCW 0.01. I dunno, maybe even CCW 0.005.

/Mitch

Daniel SIMON 06-17-2015 05:04 AM

Thanks Guys for your input,

I will rotate it CCW by a pubic hair thickness and submit again ......;)

MassArt Images 06-17-2015 07:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daniel SIMON (Post 185266)
Thanks Guys for your input,

I will rotate it CCW by a pubic hair thickness and submit again ......;)

That thickness must only be available on the full blown PS version. Elements doesn't have it.:twisted:


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